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    Here's a topic I've never put up before, so here I go: I have a close friend that knows about this side of me and one day asked him if he would be my caretaker in changing me, he said yes after settling on a price of $30 a change.

    I am wondering since I've never had anybody caretake for me before if that amount is a lot or not compared to a professional caretaker ?

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    Well the pros change by the hour not by the change.
    Is it worth it to you.

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    On that basis, 2 changes is what I get to clean a 12mm carburetor

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    I don't think there's anything wrong with paying someone who is doing this for a job, provided one they're a caring person with a professional approach. I don't really see how that translates to a friend charging for it. I got into caretaking by being a friend to another ABDL. If I had to be paid to do it for him, I wouldn't have ever brought it up. Money does pass between friends from time to time but in the extremely unlikely event that I ever asked a friend and a fee was attached, I would take it as an indication that they weren't interested.

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    There are many who would do it just for the fun of it. But.... cost is relative. If you feel it's worth the experience then go for it.

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    If he's going to charge you for such a thing, don't get involved like that with him. I'd personally be slightly offended if someone requested money for such a thing, even with how outlandish it is. They should either say yes, or no. Not "I'll do it for ______", makes it seem like you're buying friends is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eulogy View Post
    If he's going to charge you for such a thing, don't get involved like that with him. I'd personally be slightly offended if someone requested money for such a thing, even with how outlandish it is. They should either say yes, or no. Not "I'll do it for ______", makes it seem like you're buying friends is all.
    To be honest I see NOTHING wrong with it... to make it perfectly clear: if a FAMILY MEMBER or FRIEND IN NEED (IC & DISABLED) needs a diaper change or other stuff, NO PROBLEM...
    BUT IF A FRIEND wants his NOT-FOR-NEED diaper changed, which he/she'd be perfectly capable of to do on their own, then I'd be VERY reluctant to go along...
    And I don't like changing nappies - so why not charge for it... so at least you know what it's worth to the other person.

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    Personally I wouldn't do it. I don't think money should pass between friends like that. But that being said I'd but them drinks next time we went out, so its kind of them same.

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    I think it devalues the friendship when money is paid for a service. You could get the same response from an escort service. I agree that the friend should have just said yes or no. While two consenting adults can agree to the terms of a relationship, this seems to turn it into a business relationship.

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    I wouldn't want to be changed because I'm picky about how it fits me. I would have no prob changing others though. 30 for a change seems high though.

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